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Lab 1. Assessing Anaerobic Capabilities Using the Wingate Test. Wingate Anaerobic Test (WanT). Is the most popular anaerobic test Gauges the energy produced during phosphagen breakdown (ATP-PC system) and anaerobic glycolysis. Three measures derived from the WanT. 1. Peak power

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lab 1

Lab 1

Assessing Anaerobic Capabilities Using the Wingate Test

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Wingate Anaerobic Test (WanT)
  • Is the most popular anaerobic test
  • Gauges the energy produced during phosphagen breakdown (ATP-PC system) and anaerobic glycolysis
three measures derived from the want
Three measures derived from the WanT

1. Peak power

  • Reflects the phosphagen component
  • Is the greatest work performed during any five-second period

2. Mean power

  • Reflects the glycolytic and phosphagen components
  • Is the total work performed during the 30-second test

3. Fatigue Index

  • Reflects the anaerobic fatigue capabilities of the active muscle
  • Higher fatigue index indicates a greater proportion of fast-twitch fibers
example for peak power mean power and fatigue index computations
150 lb. healthy female in her mid-twenties

Seconds Revolutions

0-5 8

5-10 9

10-15 8

15-20 7

20-25 6

25-30 5

Example for Peak Power, Mean Power, and Fatigue Index Computations
peak power formula
Peak Power Formula

0.075 kg resistance x kg of body weight

x 6 (the distance in m traveled by the cycle ergometer flywheel in one revolution)

x greatest number of revolutions of the flywheel in a 5-second period

= peak power kgm · 5 sec-1

To convert to watts:

peak power kgm · 5 sec-1 x 12 / 6.12

peak power example
Peak Power Example
  • 150 lb. healthy female in her mid-twenties

0.075 x 68 = 5

x 6 = 30

x 9 = 270 kgm · 5 sec-1

x 12 / 6.12 = 529.4 Watts

Percentile rank = 80 (Table 1.1)

mean power formula
Mean Power Formula

0.075 kg resistance x kg of body weight

x 6

x number of revolutions of the flywheel in the 30-second period

= mean power kgm · 30 sec-1

To convert to Watts:

Mean power kgm · 30 sec-1 x 2 / 6.12

mean power example
Mean Power Example
  • 150 lb. healthy female in her mid-twenties

0.075 x 68 = 5

x 6 = 30

x 43 = 1290 kgm · 30 sec-1

x 2 / 6.12 = 421.5 Watts

Percentile rank = 80 (Table 1.2)

fatigue index formula
Fatigue Index Formula

greatest work in 5-sec. period − lowest work performed in 5-sec. period

greatest work in 5-sec. period

x 100

fatigue index example
Fatigue Index Example

9 − 5 = 4/9 = .444

x 100 = 44.4

Percentile rank = 80 (Table 1.1)